empowering entrepreneurs of the future.

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India is capable of producing next tech giant in the next few years.


With his capacity as an entrepreneur, Anil started investing in startups in 2015, across industry verticals. Slowly his passion turned into a SEBI registered fund with the first fund being an AIF having an INR 2000 Million fund base to invest in startups.

Anil Jain, along with the capital, brings a deep understanding of the market and strategic business expertise to the startup companies and helps them succeed in their business endeavours.

In his pursuit to promote entrepreneurship, he also started a technology-focused incubation center, in Chennai, for startups that will become the next Googles and Facebooks from India. This incubation center is a 6500 Sq.ft facility right in the heart of Chennai’s city with all the required contemporary infrastructures and facilities.

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